As a trusted advisor, Greg leverages his extensive litigation counsel for the benefit of clients’ overall business objectives. Within Husch Blackwell’s Healthcare, Life Sciences & Education industry team, he works closely with in-house counsel to develop aggressive litigation strategies and, when appropriate, to forge cost-efficient strategies for reducing the risk of future litigation.
Greg represents a variety of healthcare and medical-defense clients, including hospital systems, skilled-nursing facilities and individual providers in a broad range of litigation matters involving contracts, licensing and regulatory issues, compliance, managed care, fraud, insurance and professional malpractice. Examples of these cases include:
Formerly the Chair of the firm's Product Liability department, Greg continues to defend corporate clients that face catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death claims. He also has significant experience in securities, employment, insurance, toxic tort and intellectual property litigation. In business litigation, Greg has represented clients in matters ranging from breach of contract and fraud to trademark and construction claims.
Moreover, Greg has been lead counsel in more than 50 jury trials in state and federal courts, resulting in favorable results for plaintiffs or defendants. He has argued and won before the Missouri and Illinois Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Missouri as appellant and appellee. His trial achievements have been selected as “Top Ten Verdicts of the Year” by Missouri Lawyers Weekly five times in the past 12 years.
Greg regularly manages complex litigation that involves numerous lawyers and paralegals, ensuring consistency in case strategy and making the best use of resources to obtain the most favorable, cost-effective results for his clients.
Healthcare – Managed-Care Contract
Product Liability – Medical Device
Business Litigation – Breach of Contract
Licensing & Regulatory
Medical Malpractice – Physicians
Medical Malpractice – Skilled-Nursing Facilities